Yellowknife Airport Arrivals
The Canada Border Services Agency represents a federal law enforcement agency that is responsible for immigration enforcement, border control (i.e., protection and surveillance), and customs services in the country.
Canada Border Services Agency is working at YZF to manage, control, and secure Canada’s borders. Agents are operating to make sure that all passengers who enter the country are eligible and comply with the regulations and laws in Canada.
The agency is detaining people who may pose a possible threat and removes travelers who are deemed inadmissible to Canada.
CBSA is also in charge of inspecting the goods and products that arrive at the country’s borders to ensure that nothing illegal is entering the country.
The representatives are also ensuring that all applicable taxes and duties on the merchandise are collected.
When passengers enter the terminal building, which also represents the main airport building, they can find everything very close.
There are two baggage carousels, where the most used one is located directly left when walking in off the tarmac.
Most flights from southern destinations use the main carousel, which is very easy to spot. The carousel has a giant polar bear chasing a seal in the middle of it. This polar bear is one of the most photographed features of Yellowknife.
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Car Rentals If passengers rented a car, the first thing they need to do is go to the rental booth of the company they made the booking with (Budget, National, etc.). Counters are very easy to find. If commuters walk in the doors off of the tarmac from the plane and keep going straight towards the exit door of the terminal building, the rental car booths are conveniently located just to the right of that door. Budget The budget counter can be found inside the airport terminal near the baggage claim area. All the cars are parked outside the building within walking distance. Commuters can follow signs when returning a vehicle. The car can be parked in any Budget space and keys, as well as the contract, returned to the rental desk for check-in. After-hours return is available at the agency. After parking and locking a car, the completed contract and the keys should be placed in the key dropbox. At Yellowknife Airport, the minimum age is 25 for all
Food Yellowknife Airport has long experience in the department of food. At the moment, there is a small Quizno’s Sub restaurant that provides their selection of pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, along with drinks and coffee. Yellowknife’s longstanding shop, Javaroma, is also available at a coffee stand located inside the Airport serving up their fresh coffee, sandwiches, specialty drinks, bagels, and muffins. Javaroma also has a small stand available at the security of Gate 1. The working hours vary, so commuters should be cautious and depending on either of these two vendors.